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PATRONS

His Grace The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon ~ The Rt. Hon. The Earl Spencer DL ~ Sir Robert Worcester KBE DLLord Faulkner of Worcester

Lord Selkirk of Douglas PC QC Prof. Ronald Hutton F.R.Hist.S ~ Rosalind, The Lady Morrison DL ~ Nigel Adams MP ~Henry Berkeley Esq.

CHAIRMAN

Richard Shaw  BA

PRESIDENT

Benjamin Humphrey JP FRSA

Our events are open to all members of the public and we can promise a warm welcome to both members and non-members alike. We have organised major reenactments, lectures, commemoration services, radio docudramas and much more since our formation in 2003. 

Members of the society are normally given a priority booking period with ticketed events as well as occasional discounts. To become a member, please click here

EVENTS

Thu, Apr 23
The Great Hall
Stuart Orme: The Private Life of Oliver Cromwell
OWING TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK AND THE CLOSURE OF THE COMMANDERY THIS EVENT IS NOW POSTPONED TO A DATE YET TO BE FIXED
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Thu, May 21
The Great Hall
Richard Bradley: Recent Investigation of the Battlefield at Worcester – new discoveries along the Southern Link Road
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Thu, Jun 18
The Great Hall
Chris Monaghan: Impeachment, Personal Rule and the Lead up to the English Civil War
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Thu, Jul 23
The Hall at the Royal Porcelain Works
Professor Ronald Hutton: Oliver Cromwell. Saint or Serpent?
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Thu, Aug 20
The Great Hall
Felicity Goldstein (aka A. J. Lyndon): The Tawny Sash
Felicity is from Melbourne and is writing a trilogy of novels based on actual events in the English Civil War. Felicity came to Worcester in 2018 and gave an excellent talk on her first book, The Welsh Linnett. The Tawney Sash is her second book.
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Thu, Sep 03
Location is TBD
Commemoration of the Battle of Worcester on 3rd September 1651 Drumhead Service and Ceremonial Parade
The annual commemoration of the Battle of Worcester 1651.
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